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April 15, 2014

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April 14, 2014

Eddata Privacy Update: 04/11/14 Read More.
April 11, 2014

Danielle Evennou posted on 4/15/2014

How Can We Work Together to Get Better Results?

Rachel Anderson posted on 4/11/2014

Eddata Privacy Update: 04/11/14
Collaborative Network Uses Data to Improve Math Achievement

This state story was written by Sandy Frieden, Ph.D., Director of Continuous Improvement at All Kids Alliance.

Chris Kingsley posted on 4/10/2014

[Podcast] Using Data to Innovate: A Story of Scatterplots

Amilcar Guzman posted on 4/9/2014

A Busy Day for Education on Capitol Hill

Guest posted on 4/8/2014

States Begin Tracking Chronic Absence but Lack a Common Definition

Rachel Anderson posted on 4/4/2014

Eddata Privacy Update: 04/04/14

Kristin Yochum posted on 4/3/2014

Strengthening Education through Research Act plans to modernize SLDS program

Lisa Sparrow posted on 4/3/2014

Detroit Hustles Harder

Guest posted on 4/2/2014

My Brother’s Keeper: President Obama’s Newest Policy Initiative